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Northeast Faculty Look Forward To New Facility

Angela Richart

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Associate Dean of Applied Technology Shanelle Grudzinski talks to Viewpoint editor Angela Richart about the progress of construction on the new $9.1 million Applied Technology facility at Northeast Community College in Norfolk, Nebraska.

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Angela Richart, Editor-in-Chief

Staff Job Title: Editor-in-Chief----

Major: Mass Communications

Hometown: Oakdale, NE

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